A majority of younger workers see the upside of frequent employment changes and many plan to look this year.Job hopping may be losing its bad reputation, at least among the youngest generation of U.S. workers, an Accountemps survey suggests. Fifty-seven percent of employees between the ages of 18 and 34 said changing jobs every few years can actually help their career, compared to 38 percent of professionals between the ages of 35 and 54 and 22 percent of those age 55 or older.There were also differences by gender, with 47 percent of men and 37 percent of women reporting that job hopping is beneficial.Workers were asked, “Do you think job hopping (leaving your current employer for a new job every few years) can benefit your career?” Their responses: “Conventional wisdom about the perils of job hopping has begun to shift, but professionals still need to look carefully before they leap,” says Bill Driscoll, a district president with Accountemps. “Changing jobs every three to four years is one thing; more frequent moves could indicate the inability to dig into a role and put employers on guard.”Driscoll adds, “Professionals considering job moves should evaluate not only salary but also where they will have the greatest opportunity to build skills and advance their careers.” continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The $26 million River Homes project at Hamilton Reach, is set to be released to the market in September, offering eight exclusive riverfront residences.EIGHT freehold residences with absolute river frontage are getting ready to launch to the market as a $26 million exclusive enclave.Frasers Property Australia is expected to officially launch “River Homes” at Hamilton Reach in September, with construction to start early 2018.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is part of the $700 million Hamilton Reach community.River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a powder room and separate dedicated study area.Frasers Property Australia general manager residential Queensland Cameron Leggatt said the luxury homes will be a step above the premium residences already on offer at Hamilton Reach.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.“The River Homes collection will redefine the ultimate in riverfront living on Brisbane’s north shore with only two other riverfront houses ever released in Hamilton,” Mr Leggatt said.“These homes have an undeniable ‘wow’ factor, and that is achieved through a design that is both architecturally inspiring and functional.”Mr Leggatt said the homes offering grand living spaces and private, intimate retreats which all took advantage of and blended seamlessly with the absolute riverfront location.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“The homes offer an uncompromised design that will resonate with buyers looking for the best that Brisbane has to offer,” he said.The River Homes will comprise two and three-level residences, all with four bedrooms and four bathrooms plus a powder room and a separate dedicated study area.“The grand main suite comes complete with its own retreat that offers both privacy and a superb riverfront vista,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The enclave is set to build on the sales success of other premium offerings within the community, such as The Keelson and Newport.The three-level homes, have stunning nine metre high ceilings in the main living areas, and a private internal lift.Two-level homes also have grand living spaces with six metre high ceilings. All River Homes have two-car garages.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.The spacious kitchen, with butler’s pantry, features Miele appliances, Zip tap including sparkling water function and Liebherr fridges including a wine cabinet.“The open-plan designs have taken the subtropical climate into account with superb outdoor spaces complete with private plunge pool and spacious interiors,” Mr Leggatt said.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.River Homes residents will have direct access to the River Walk which leads to the extensive green space including waterfront parks and walking tracks within the Hamilton Reach community.Hamilton Reach, which sits on the eastern peninsula of the Northshore Hamilton urban renewal area, has achieved sales of more than $310 million since its launch in 2011, with more than 60 $1 million-plus homes, including its highest sale of $2.8 million for a terrace home at The Keelson.River Homes at Hamilton Reach.
Nebraska looks to knock off No. 9 Maryland Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNebraska (7-16, 2-10) vs. No. 9 Maryland (19-4, 9-3)Xfinity Center, College Park, Maryland; Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: No. 9 Maryland looks to give Nebraska its sixth straight loss against ranked opponents. Nebraska’s last win vs a ranked opponent came against the then-No. 21 Maryland Terrapins 69-61 on March 14, 2019. Maryland remains No. 9 in the latest AP rankings following wins over Rutgers and Illinois last week. Associated Press ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com,Update on the latest sports,Update on the latest sports TEAM LEADERS: Maryland’s Jalen Smith has averaged 15 points, 10.1 rebounds and 2.4 blocks while Anthony Cowan Jr. has put up 16.4 points and 4.4 assists. For the Cornhuskers, Cam Mack has averaged 13 points, 4.5 rebounds and 6.4 assists while Dachon Burke Jr. has put up 11.4 points.SPARKING THE OFFENSE: Cowan has made or assisted on 49 percent of all Maryland field goals over the last three games. Cowan has accounted for 18 field goals and 16 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: Nebraska is 0-9 when scoring fewer than 68 points and 7-7 when scoring at least 68.UNBEATEN WHEN: Maryland is a perfect 15-0 when it scores at least 72 points. The Terrapins are 4-4 when scoring any fewer than that.DID YOU KNOW: The steady Maryland defense has held opponents to 61.9 points per game, the 21st-lowest mark in Division I. Nebraska has allowed an average of 76.3 points through 23 games (ranking the Cornhuskers 280th). February 10, 2020
Willy Caballero has been selected ahead of Kepa Arrizabalaga to start Chelsea’s important Premier League clash with the Wolves at Stamford Bridge.The Blues need one point to be sure of Champions League football next season, with third-placed Manchester United and fifth-placed Leicester City playing each other. Frank Lampard has opted for a change in goal, however, with regular understudy Caballero preferred to Kepa. “I think clearly you want them to be talented, to keep balls out of the net. It’s old-school but it’s the first and foremost job in what a goalkeeper should keep closest to their heart,” he said. “The idea of clean sheets, it’s not always culpable on them, of course, for a ‘keeper to have a real desire and talent to produce that. But in the modern day they are even more involved than ever. To use their feet, to be a personality, all-round ability which you see with the top level goalkeepers in the world. We were fortunate to see at Chelsea that we had ones we can certainly say were part of huge eras for the club. That has to be Kepa’s desire, to be that person for this club and be a goalkeeper in his own right to say that he’s a huge part of a successful team. It’s not just on Kepa, of course, but in his own way that is what he has to believe and work towards.”Kepa has made 33 Premier League appearances this season, having been previously dropped to the bench for a run of four league matches in February, when Caballero was preferred.The 38-year-old Argentina international failed to keep a clean sheet during that period and has not featured in the Premier League since, although he has played four of Chelsea’s five games en route to the FA Cup final.”If you’re sure about your keeper you start him every game. He cost £75M and he hasn’t been a success.”- Jamie Redknapp on Kepa’s future[via @footballdaily]pic.twitter.com/ov9y7ideYr— Absolute Chelsea (@AbsoluteChelsea) July 26, 2020 The Spain international’s performances have come in for frequent scrutiny this season and he endured a torrid outing during the 5-3 midweek defeat at champions Liverpool.“Just a choice, Kepa’s had some difficult times so I am playing Willy,” Lampard told Sky Sports.Frank Lampard on why he has dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga today.“Just a choice.” He’s clearly made his mind up long term, in my opinion. pic.twitter.com/EVtYdhFBQw— LDN (@LDNFootbalI) July 26, 2020Indeed, Arrizabalaga has never been far from the headlines after moving to London, with the 25-year-old famously disobeying former boss Maurizio Sarri during last season’s Carabao Cup final, refusing to come off the pitch despite the Italian boss trying to replace him.The shot-stopper has been linked with a move away from Chelsea throughout this season, with the Blues keen on Atletico Madrid’s ever-reliable Jan Oblak, who would command €120 million (£110m/$137.5m) fee as per his release clause.After being dropped today he likely also won’t play in the FA Cup Final, meaning Kepa may have played his last game for Chelsea.A truly awful transfer for £72m, and I give Lampard huge credit for being ruthless despite the price tag.With that said, I wish him well elsewhere. pic.twitter.com/9o6k2cCVnu— LDN (@LDNFootbalI) July 26, 2020Lampard had previously challenged Kepa to up his game.
British Columbia is welcoming additional personnel from Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario to assist B.C. fire crews as hot and dry conditions continue in the province.A seven-person incident management team from Alberta arrived Friday. Two 20-person crews from Manitoba and five four-person crews from Saskatchewan will arrive Saturday. Approximately 150 firefighters and fire specialists from Ontario will arrive on July 26. Specialists include incident commanders, division supervisors and fire behaviour analysts.These crews are in addition to the 123 personnel who arrived on Thursday.- Advertisement -Placement of the arriving personnel will be determined based on fire activity and anticipated need. It is important that some firefighting crews are kept on standby in all fire centres in anticipation of additional fires starting. Additional crews will also ensure all firefighting staff receive the required time off, in accordance with safe work standards.The fire danger rating in British Columbia is currently moderate to high, with pockets in southern portions of the province rated extreme. In the Prince George Fire Centre, which includes the BC Peace Region, an open burning ban is in place. This means there are no campfires allowed.All deployments are co-ordinated through the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC). Costs of this deployment are being paid by the Ministry of Forests and Range, Wildfire Branch. This year, British Columbia has sent crews to four other jurisdictions. This is the second time this season that British Columbia has asked for crews.Advertisement Since April 1, fire crews have responded to more than 1,300 fires across the province, approximately 50 per cent of which have been human-caused. The public reports nearly half of all wildfires in B.C. Please continue to report smoke and flames by calling toll-free 1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on most cellular networks.